Publications 2007

BioWin is used and referenced in papers throughout the industry.  A sample of papers is provided below.



Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation 80th Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference, San Diego, California, USA, October 13 – 17, 2007.


  1. A CLOSER LOOK AT THE DANGERS OF UNCALIBRATED SIMULATORS
    I. Takács, J. Dudley, S. Snowling
  2. BNR/ENR MODEL CALIBRATION EXPERIENCE INDICATES DEVIATIONS IN KEY MODELING PARAMETERS
    Ron J. Latimer, P.E., Paul A. Pitt, Ph.D., P.E, Joe Rohrbacher, P.E.,
  3. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NEW YORK CITY BNR PROGRAM
    Sarah V. Dailey, James G. Mueller, P.E., Keith Mahoney P.E., Norman S. Bradley, P.E., Paul A. Pitt, Ph.D., P.E., Robert D. Smith, P.E.
  4. PURE OXYGEN PLUS NITRIFICATION? BIOWIN MODELING PLUS FULL-SCALE EXPERIENCE
    Paul J. Vinci, P.E., Paul Pitt, PhD, P.E., Sarah Dailey, Andre Van Neikirk, PhD, P.E., Albert Perez, P.E., Patricia Hart, P.E., John Chorlog, Jr., P.E.
  5. MODELING FIXED FILM PROCESSES: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND CURRENT LIMITATIONS FROM A CONSULTING VIEWPOINT
    Heather M. Phillips, Andrew Shaw, Baneeta Sabherwal, Matt Harward, Thomas Lauro, Ken Rutt
  6. BENCH AND FULL SCALE EVALUATION OF AN ALTERNATIVE SIDESTREAM BIOAUGMENTATION PROCESS
    Krish Ramalingam, Stephan Thomatos, John Fillos, Dimitrios Katehis, Allen Deur, P. Navvas, A. Pawar
  7. TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON BIODEGRADATION KINETIC PARAMETERS AND SETTLING CHARACTERISTICS OF ACTIVATED SLUDGE TREATING PULP AND PAPER WASTEWATER
    Jaeyoung Park, Kristin M. Evans, Eric A. Evans, Timothy G. Ellis, and Jay Kemp
  8. MODELING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER SLUDGES: AN ELEMENTAL APPROACH
    Wayne J. Parker, Richard M. Jones, Sudhir Murthy, Mark Rupke
  9. DETERMINING OPTIMUM NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR “BUBBLE” PERMITS – A CASE HISTORY BASED ON THE HAMPTON ROADS SANITATION DISTRICT JAMES RIVER DISCHARGE
    Glen T. Daigger, Todd O. Williams**, Dimitrios Katehis**, G. David Waltrip***
  10. SIMULATION FOR OPERATION AND CONTROL OF REJECT WATER TREATMENT PROCESSES
    R. M. Jones, P.L. Dold, I. Takács, K. Chapman, B. Wett, S. Murthy, and M.O’Shaughnessy
  11. DESIGN FLEXIBILITY KEY TO ADDRESSING BNR OPERATIONAL CHALLENGES AT A REGIONAL WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY
    R. Wachter, J. Hunemuller, B. Narayanan, R. Lopez, C. Baer, R. Aguallo
  12. LARGEST PLANT IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES ACHIEVING LIMITS OF TECHNOLOGY UTILIZING A CONVENTIONAL SUSPENDED GROWTH BNR ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
    Ron J. Latimer, Robert S. DiFiore, and Paul Pitt; Hazen and Sawyer
    H. Dale Crisp and T. J. Lynch, City of Raleigh
  13. NITROGEN REMOVAL FROM DAIRY WASTE USING DEAMMONIFICATION FUELED BY FERMENTED DAIRY MANURE
    Jason Beck*, Kevin R. Gilmore*, Nancy G. Love*, Katharine Knowlton, and Jactone Arogo Ogejo
  14. EVALUATION OF THE SINGLE SLUDGE DEAMMONIFICATION PROCESS FOR THE TREATMENT OF PLANT RECYCLE STREAMS CONTAINING A HIGH AMMONIUM CONCENTRATION
    Gregory Bowden, Bernhard Wett, Imre Takacs, Sudhir Murthy, Allen Deur, Martin Musabyimana and Nancy Love
  15. QUANTIFYING SLUDGE PRODUCTION IN MUNICIPAL TREATMENT PLANTS
    Peter L. Dold
  16. PROCESS PROVING FOR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL WITH AIR MIXED ANAEROBIC SELECTORS AT TWO LARGE PLANTS
    Don Esping*, John Bratby, Erica Schierholz, Carol Mordorski, Larry Rogacki, Carl Swaggart
  17. IMPACT OF PREFERMENTATION ON WASTEWATER AND BIOKINETIC PARAMETERS FOR BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL
    Terrence M. McCue, Andrew A. Randall, and F. Gulen Eremektar
  18. ENHANCED NITROGEN REMOVAL WITH A HYBRID MLE/STEP-FEED ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS
    Jeffrey Weiss, Chi-Chung Tang, Ron Kettle, Marcos Alvarez, Phil Ackman, and Robert Horvath
  19. TREATMENT PLANT / CONTROL SYSTEM SIMULATION FOR DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL BENEFITS
    P. Dold, R. Walker, D. Houweling, M. Fairlamb, I. Takács, R. Jones
  20. REDUCED SLUDGE PRODUCTION IN BNR SYSTEMS: REALITY OR MYTH?
    A. Lugowski, J. Patel, G. Nakhla and V. Ramani
  21. EFFLUENT MANAGEMENT FLEXIBILITY THROUGH NUTRIENT REMOVAL
    J. Richardson, J.C. Machado, E. Leveque, H. Buhr, A. Burnham, M. Harper
  22. DENITRIFICATION KINETICS USING EXTERNAL CARBON SOURCES: METHANOL, ETHANOL AND ACETATE
    Yalda Mokhayeri, Sudhir Murthy, Rumana Riffat, Charles Bott,Peter Dold and Imre Takacs
  23. MAXIMUM METHANOL-UTILIZER GROWTH RATE: IMPACT OF TEMPERATURE ON DENITRIFICATION
    Adam Nichols, Jeneva Hinojosa, Rumana Riffat, Peter Dold, Imre Takács, Charles Bott, Walter Bailey, Sudhir Murthy
  24. PILOT TESTING AND DESIGN OF AN INNOVATIVE BIOSOLIDS DEWATERING PROCESS FOR FACILITIES IN NORTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA
    Peter Schuler, Tiffany Shaw, Walter Gottschalk, Merat Zarreii
  25. THE CONNECTICUT NITROGEN TRADING PROGRAM: LESSONS LEARNED AND THE CHALLENGES THAT REMAIN TO ACHIEVE THE TMDL FOR LONG ISLAND SOUND
    G. Johnson, P.E., K. Gersley, P.E. and D.R. Murphy, P.E.
  26. EVALUATION OF ALTERNATIVE OPERATION MODES FOR AEROBIC DIGESTER AT THE FOUNTAIN HILLS SANITARY DISTRICT WASTEWATER TREATMENT FACILITY
    J.C. Machado, R. Samstag, D. Trompke, R.D. Huber
  27. THE USE OF PROCESS MODELLING TO OPTIMIZE SLUDGE THICKENING AND DIGESTION
    Barry Rabinowitz, Deborah Elenter, Paulo Becker, Américo de Oliveira Sampaio